Please make a few versions of the Model Seven in 6.5 Creedmore. I see you can get them in .260, which is cool, but the 6.5 Creedmore (which does the same thing) is actually getting market traction where the .260 is pretty much a commercial flop. IE – You clowns woudn’t even chamber your own R-25 Rifle in it! Come on! Well, the 6.5 is the commercial winner.
CDL and BDL versions would be great, and they need to be done. But also a few more slightly different.
An SPS Varmint style stocked 16″ threaded Heavy Barrel for one.
A version of the Predator without camo, and with ATACS or Mulitcam.
A Synthetic Scout configuration with iron sights.
Offer these same variants in .308 as well. Thank you.
I really like the little Model Sevens. They just may be the sweetest bolt action rifles on the planet. The problem that they have is that Remington really doesn’t know how to market them and most Gunners don’t even know what they are or consider them to be guns for Chicks and Kids. This is unfortunate as the gun community is seriously overlooking what is potentially the best option for those looking a compact lightweight rifle.
I might be Geeking out a bit on the 6.5 Creedmore, but i’m thinking it just might be the best cartridge out there for serious use (Killing Things) in a Short Action. And the Model Seven would be the ideal fit for it.